Chrysler 200

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Chrysler 200 2013




Chrysler 200 Prices :

MSRP: $18,995 - $32,595
Invoice: $18,770 - $31,127





The 2013 Chrysler 200 ranks 15 out of 19 Affordable Midsize Cars. This ranking is based on our analysis of 12 published reviews and test drives of the Chrysler 200, and our analysis of reliability and safety data.

Reviewers think an upgraded suspension and steering make the Chrysler 200 one of the most nimble cars in the class, but low fuel economy estimates keep it from ranking higher.

The 2013 Chrysler 200 sedan has a four-cylinder engine and four-speed automatic (a six-speed automatic is available), or a V6 and six-speed automatic. The convertible offers the same engines, but the base four-cylinder model comes standard with the six-speed automatic. The base four-cylinder 200 sedan with the four-speed automatic gets 21/29 mpg city/highway, which is one of the lowest ratings in the class. Reviewers think the four-cylinder engine has adequate power, but they prefer the V6 for the strong acceleration it provides. Chrysler upgraded the 200’s steering and suspension for 2013, and auto critics are impressed. They say that the 200 is fun to drive on a windy road, and one test driver even says the handling is among the best in the class.

The cabin gets high marks from reviewers for its upscale materials and good build quality. Critics think the 200 sedan’s back seat is short on legroom, and they note that its trunk is on the small side for a midsize sedan. Although the 200 convertible has a smaller trunk than the 200 sedan, it is big for a convertible. Reviewers say that even with the top down, it can hold a few bags, which is rare for a hardtop convertible. Test drivers think the 200’s tech features are intuitive, with one saying the available navigation system is very easy to use. An auxiliary audio jack and heated fold-away mirrors are standard on the base model. The 200 can be equipped with features like navigation, a USB port, satellite radio, Bluetooth, remote engine start, Boston Acoustics speakers and Chrysler’s Uconnect voice-controlled touch-screen infotainment system.


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